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Setting our sites on our own “Olympic Gold”: The psychological effects of elite sports on individual sports participation

2-11-2010
Contact: Robin Waxenberg
212-489-8006
robin@robwax.com
Ellen Satlof, NATA
212-489-8006
robin@robwax.com

SETTING OUR SIGHTS ON OUR OWN "OLYMPIC GOLD"
The Psychological Effects of Elite Sports on Individual Sports Participation

NATA Foundation Announces Endowment Effort to Support Concussion Research

7-07-2009
CONTACT:   Rachael Oats
972-532-8816
rachaelo@nata.org
  Chris Clark (Xenith)
617-328-5285
cclark@xenith.com
   

Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board selects athletic trainer as the Scholar Grantee to Ireland in Spring 2010

12-15-2009
Contact: Ellen Satlof                            
214-637-6282, ext.159

Understanding of youth sport-related injuries can reduce long-term health consequences

11-18-2009
Contact: Ellen Satlof, NATA
214-637-6282, ext. 159
ellen@nata.org
Robin Waxenberg
212-489-8006
robin@robwax.com

NATA’s Fair Practice Lawsuit Settlement Benefits Members

9-26-2009
CONTACT:
Ellen Satlof, 214-637-6282, ext. 159, catel@nata.org


NATA’s Fair Practice Lawsuit Settlement Benefits Members


APTA Concedes Overlap in Scopes of Practice; Promises Truth, Ethics in Marketplace

Government officials recognize Houston-area athletic trainer for efforts advocating ethnically-diverse students

8-11-2009
Contacts: Robin Waxenberg Ellen Satlof, NATA
  (212) 489-8006 (214) 637-6282, ext. 159
  robin@robwax.com

NATA study finds head impacts among high school football players greater than collegiate level

7-15-2009
Contacts: Robin Waxenberg Ellen Satlof, NATA
  (212) 489-8006 (214) 637-6282, ext. 159
  robin@robwax.com
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